NVF Women’s Outreach Coordinator Kristine Hesse was recognized by the 48th Assembly District of the California Legislature as a role model in the community. Assemblymember Roger Hernandez, Chair of the Committee on Labor and Employment, presented a Certificate of Recognition to Kristine during a ceremony in the City of El Monte on March 28, 2015. Hesse was selected because of her “professional accomplishments and dedication…demonstrating the positive impact that one determined individual can make on the world around them.”
KTLA 5 Morning News featured Hesse on March 18 as she commented on women vets and PTSD. Kristine joined the NVF in 2013. A USAF vet with 24 years of service, Kristine is the NVF’s Women Veterans Outreach Coordinator. Dedicated to the welfare of veterans and their families, she’s widely known throughout the veterans services community.
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